Dirty Projectors @ Dark Was the Night (Radio City) (more by Natasha Ryan)
Dark Was the Night

"Brooklyn, NY based Dirty Projectors are set to release Bitte Orca, their 5th full-length album and first for Domino Records on June 9, 2009. The album was recorded in Portland, OR and Brooklyn, NY in 2008 and will be available on CD, LP & digital. David Longstreth formed Dirty Projectors in 2002 and the group now consists of Angel Deradoorian [who played her own record release show at Cake Shop last night], Amber Coffman, Brian Mcomber and David as principal members. Lead single 'Stillness Is The Move' will precede the album on May 5th in North America and will be available on 12" and digital, with b-sides and a remix by Lucky Dragons [who are playing the Stone this weekend]. Dirty Projectors have also introduced an expanded 6 member live lineup with the addition of bassist Nat Baldwin and vocalist Haley Dekle for live dates this year including a tour with TV On The Radio in May [and the Dark Was the Night show at Radio City]....."

Dirty Projectors have three NYC shows coming up. This Friday, May 9th, they play Housing Works Bookstore with Bjork (Bjork and David Byrne in less than one week). On June 5th they play Central Park Summerstage with TV on the Radio, and on June 19th they're playing the new concert venue of the summer, Williamsburg Waterfront! But it's a Friday, so does that mean the show will cost money? All dates (thanks Ryan), including a bunch of new headlining dates on the east and west coasts, below...

Dirty Projectors - 2009 Tour Dates
05/09 - Housing Works Bookstore, New York, NY, USA
05/22 - Fox Theater, Oakland, CA, USA
05/23 - Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR, USA
05/25 - Malkin Bowl at Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada
05/27 - Edmonton Event Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada
05/28 - Macewan Hall, Calgary, AB, Canada
05/29 - Louis Pub, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
05/30 - Burton Cummings Theatre, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
06/02 - Sound Academy, Toronto, ONT, USA
06/03 - Metropolis, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
06/04 - Boston House Of Blues, Boston, MA, USA
06/05 - Central Park Summerstage, New York, NY, USA
06/06 - Metro Gallery, Baltimore, MD, USA
06/08 - 9:30 Club, Washington, DC, USA
06/09 - 9:30 Club, Washington, DC, USA
06/10 - The National, Richmond, VA, USA
06/11 - Amos Southend, Charlotte, NC, USA
06/17 - First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA, USA
06/18 - Somerville Theatre, Boston, MA, USA
06/19 - Williamsburg Waterfront, Brooklyn, NY, USA
06/21 - Wexner Center For The Arts, Columbus, OH, USA
06/22 - Millenium Park, Chicago, IL, USA
07/03 - Chop Suey, Seattle, WA, USA
07/04 - Holocene, Portland, OR, USA
07/07 - The Independent, San Francisco, CA, USA
07/08 - Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA, USA

5/22-6/11 are with TV on the Radio